THE recently formed Swindon Clinical Commissioning Group, which has taken over the responsibility of designing and delivering quality health services for residents of Swindon and Shrivenham, will be signing a contract with Prospect Hospice.

Accountable officer Tony Ranzetta and Paul Bearman, the director of commissioning of Swindon CCG, will meet Angela Jordan, the chief executive officer of Prospect Hospice on June 19 to sign the contract, which signifies the on-going support, and relationship between the CCG and the charity.

Angela said: “I am pleased the new CCG has so quickly recognised the value of the care we provide for patients and their families, and the signing of this contract demonstrates the new body’s commitment to supporting the work of Prospect Hospice.”

Tony said: “Prospect provides an important service of the highest quality, and to be able to support this charity in continuing to help so many people is a great privilege.”